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Perched eagle

An eagle I'm working on for the front yard by my flagpole. Medium is cherry. 3ft tall . Enjoy!!

 

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Hi Cal. Anything is game on in chainsaw carving.  I've even seen it laminated from kiln dried too. To preserve it I'll use 1/3 log oil 1/3 thinner and sometimes 1/3 spar. However spar tends to create white spots. I let my carvings dry for about a week before I finish it. If it cracks it's normal. Big cracks I'll glue wedges and trim them to blend in. Then restain  or color.

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